After having their senior year cut short due to the pandemic, many recent Berry graduates have had to readjust their post-graduate plans.
President Steve Briggs spoke to the Berry community Tuesday night at the SGA’s town hall meeting.
On Nov. 7, four days after Election Day 2020, major media platforms projected that former Vice President Joe Biden had earned 284 electoral votes, effectively predicting him to be the 46th President of the United States.
Berry administration has worked throughout the semester to ensure that student activities remain as normal as possible despite the ongoing global pandemic.
This Tuesday was Election Day, and in a vote counting process drawn out by changing federal and state policies deriving from the COVID-19 pandemic, results for the next president of the United States are still in question.
This semester has by far made up the worst months of my life.
It feels like a million years ago when I watched Donald Trump’s inauguration in my senior year art history class in January of 2017.
With Thanksgiving coming up, it is a time for us to remind one another what we are grateful for and reflect on the small victories we have faced this year with, despite the pandemic, social and political unrest and the other difficulties 2020 has dealt us.